Pear Puree Recipe

Give your baby the healthiest and tastiest stage-one baby foods, starting with the Pear Puree!

Your baby will surely love how sweet and fresh these pears will taste. Just like other fruit purees, this recipe is also easy to do. It only needs about 15 minutes to make and you only need some fresh pears to make it.

It’s the perfect stage-one baby food because it has the right level of sweetness that your baby will enjoy. Nothing beats using fresh fruits to make baby food – it gives flavor, quality, and most of all, health benefits for the baby.

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Make baby weaning easier and even fun for you and your baby with yummy and hydrating Pear Puree. It will truly make feeding time a wonderful bonding time for parents and babies!

How to Make Pear Puree

Put your fresh pears to good use by steaming and blending them to make them baby-friendly. With the help of a blender or food processor, you can easily get the perfect flavor and texture.

Are you excited to let your baby try the Pear Puree?


I bet you can already guess the fruit you need for this recipe – pears!


Have your baby in “pear-fect” health with the Pear Puree!

The pear is a superfruit that comes with nutrients a baby should have. It has a sweet, tangy, and tarty flavor that will stimulate the baby’s taste buds for an enjoyable meal.

Inside, the pear is also juicy and crisp, making it easy to steam and puree. Its fruity and floral aroma will surely excite the baby to try more of the puree too. There’s no reason not to make the baby try the pear puree.

Most importantly, the pear has lots of health benefits that can be life-changing for your baby.

Health Benefits of Pears

  • Pears are rich in antioxidants to protect and improve the baby’s skin.
  • According to USA Pears, these fruits are loaded with fiber for the baby’s digestion.
  • The water content from the pears is also good for the baby’s hydration.
  • An article by MomJunction mentioned that pears could even boost the baby’s immunity.
  • You can also enhance the baby’s brain function and vision with these pears.

In this recipe, I suggest using ripe pears for a sweet and fruity quality that the baby will love. Not only can Pear Puree make mealtime, but it also takes care of the baby’s overall health!


Remember to wash your hands before making the Pear Puree!

  1. Rinse them and peel the pear using a knife or a peeler.
  2. Slice it into pieces.
  3. Pour half a cup of water into a pot.
  4. Then, place a steaming basket in the pot.
  5. Arrange the fruits in the steaming basket.
  6. Let it steam on medium heat for ten minutes or until soft.
  7. Transfer the steamed contents into a blender or food processor.
  8. Add some water, milk formula, or breast milk for a smoother consistency. 
  9. Blend until smooth. 
  10. Finally, pour the puree into a baby bowl for feeding time!
pear baby puree

Now, you are ready to serve the baby food! Capture the moment and take a photo or a video to remember the experience.


Buying pears

  • Buy raw and ripe pears for their sweet flavor.
  • According to Food Hero, always opt for ones that feel firm.
  • There should be no cuts or blemishes on the skin. 

Quick Tip!

If you want to check how ripe it is, then apply pressure along the neck of the fruit. But if it creates a slight dent, the fruit is ripe. The stem should also be intact. Overripe ones will feed soft and mushy, but these can still be used for smoothies and even soups!

Storing pears

  • Use ripe ones immediately but you can also store them in the fridge for up to five days.
  • On the other hand, firm and unripe ones can be kept at room temperature.
  • Drizzle pear slices with lemon juice.
homemade pear puree

Pear Puree Variations

Do you want to make the Pear Puree more fun for your baby?

The pear puree is already delicious, but if you want to add more flavor, you can use breast milk or formula milk instead of water before blending. Once the baby is ready, you can also mix it with other fruits or vegetables, such as:

  • Blueberries
  • Butternut squash
  • Mango
  • Spinach
  • Sweet potatoes
  • Peas

Additionally, try out these baby puree combinations that my kids loved when they were babies: Pear and Banana Puree, Carrot and Pear Puree, Apple and Pear Puree, and more! 

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No-Blender Pear Puree

In case you don’t have a blender, you can also use a food processor, masher, or fork to make the puree. Make sure to steam the pears before you puree them.

  • Knife: Use the knife to peel and slice the pear.
  • Steaming basket: Steam the fruit to soften.
  • Pot: Boil water in a pot to steam the fruit. 
  • Blender: After steaming the pear, use the blender to make the Pear Puree. 

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How to Serve Pear Puree

When is the best time for your baby to have Pear Puree?

Pear puree is best served while you’re introducing stage one solid foods to the baby. The baby can have this puree at any time of the day as long as the quantities fed are in moderation. 

Make sure that the baby will finish it within two hours for the baby to enjoy how fresh it is. Wait for three to five days before feeding it to the baby again. Observe for any allergic reactions.

Always balance your baby’s diet with other fruit or veggie purees to complete the baby’s nutrition every feeding time!

Storage Tips

  • At room temperature: Feed the pear puree to the baby as soon as possible.

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In the fridge: You can divide the puree into small containers and store it in the fridge for up to five days. 

To freeze: Pour the pear puree over an ice cube tray and let it freeze until solid. Once frozen, transfer them into a freezer bag for up to several months.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is pear puree made of?

To make the pear puree baby-friendly, I suggest using fresh pears. From pears alone, you can already give your baby a delicious meal. You can also add water, milk, or seasoning for a different flavor and texture.

Do I need to peel pear for puree?

For stage-one baby food, I suggest peeling the pear before you puree it. Once the baby reaches one year old, then you can include the pear peel in the puree or even give pear chunks to your baby.

Is pear puree good for 6 month old baby?

The pear puree is perfectly safe for a six-month-old baby because it is natural and fresh! Even without added ingredients, it is already loaded with nutrients for the baby’s health and wellness. 

It has components that help with digestion, heart health, eyesight, metabolism, and immunity. These sweet and juicy pears are also perfect for stage one weaning foods. 

How do you prepare pear for babies?

Before anything else, you should rinse and peel the pear. Then, steam it until it’s soft and tender. Once cooked, leave it to cool. Use a food processor or blender to give it a better texture.

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Pear Baby Puree (Stage One)

5 from 1 vote
With this Pear Puree recipe, babies will surely look forward to their meals! It’s sweet, fruity, and smooth – perfect for babies!
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Total Time 15 minutes
Servings 2
Course Baby Puree
Calories 101kcal


  • 1 pear (medium-sized), peeled and deseeded
  • 1 cup water (for steaming)


  • Rinse them and peel the pear using a knife or a peeler.
  • Slice it into pieces.
  • Pour half a cup of water into a pot.
  • Then, place a steaming basket in the pot.
  • Arrange the fruits in the steaming basket.
  • Let it steam on medium heat for ten minutes or until soft.
  • Transfer the steamed contents into a blender or food processor.
  • Add some water or formula, or breast milk for a smoother consistency. 
  • Blend until smooth. 
  • Finally, pour the puree into a baby bowl for feeding time!



  • Remember to keep your hands, ingredients, and equipment clean before making the puree.
  • Purchase fresh quality pears to make the best purees.
  • The pear puree is best consumed immediately but it is also best stored in the freezer. 


Serving: 1 (of 2)Calories: 101kcalCarbohydrates: 27gProtein: 1gFat: 1gSaturated Fat: 1gPolyunsaturated Fat: 1gMonounsaturated Fat: 1gSodium: 2mgPotassium: 206mgFiber: 6gSugar: 17gVitamin A: 45IUVitamin C: 8mgCalcium: 16mgIron: 1mg
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